Muffin’s Halo Red Angel Wings

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)


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Please see sizing chart below to determine the size of your dog for our product - We are NOT STANDARD SIZES so please measure your Dog's neck, girth and profile as directed below and order the size your dog's girth measurement falls under.

Also please watch our videos on how to assemble Muffins's Halo on your blind dog inside the Assembly Information tab under the product.



Muffin’s Halo Red Angel Wings ® is a 3 piece must-have device that helps blind dogs transition to become familiar with existing or new surroundings quickly. It starts as a harness that is wrapped snuggly around a dog’s neck and torso. The wing attaches to the neck of the harness. The halo is attached to the wing and when placed on neck of the harness, the halo is just above the eye level and acts as a buffer to safeguard a blind dog’s head, nose, face and shoulders from bumping into hard surfaces. When the halo taps a hard surface, it sends a signal to the dog alerting them to go in a different direction. They catch on very fast and it is truly amazing to watch their confidence level rise. Wearing the harness also makes them feel cuddled and less anxious.

Material: Light weight and comfortable, made out of polyester/cotton twill and a stylish easy fit with adjustable velcro straps. Muffin’s Halo Red Angel Wings does not hinder a dog’s normal daily activity. They can eat, drink, sleep and play with it on.

Care Instructions For Wing and Harness: Cold water machine/delicate or hand wash and lay flat to dry. No bleach. Halo can be cleaned with a baby wipe or damp cloth. The fabric on Muffin’s Halo Red Angel Wings‘ halo is a durable water resistant nylon pack cloth.


Blind Soldier Camo Halo Style Dog sizing chart for Muffin's Halo

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XXS, XS, Small, Medium, Large, XL, 1XL, 2XL, 3XL

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1 review for Muffin’s Halo Red Angel Wings

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    MerleAnne Merkel (verified owner)

    My Lady is a long-haired Doxie who recently lost her sight to SARDS. A wonderful animal behaviorist who is working with us recommended a halo. Yours is the second type of halo we have tried. The first was the same price but flimsy and the ends of the halo poked lady in the ribs…she cried out for the first time ever. That halo also became misshaped and displaced constantly. No such problems with muffin’s halo! I keep the vest on the loose side ( Lady still has a big bruise along her ribs, from a fall down the stairs in March, when she first went blind overnight) and despite the little wiggle that causes to the halo and wings, it doesn’t seem to bother her and the halo works fine.
    She got the idea of the old halo almost instantly. She’s been wag-less and insecure without it, for the week we spent waiting to get her new halo vest. She took off immediately, all wags and smiles, as soon as she had on her muffin’s halo! She can even navigate trips into the back yard off-leash now, though I closely supervise her and cue her verbally. I can’t tell you how happy this makes Lady! Before her blindness, I used to call Lady my “Ebullient Girl.” She woke me up in the morning all wags and kisses, she followed me everywhere, she ran laps with my other dogs out of pure joy. She was pure happiness and the most self-assured dog I’ve ever known. I have three little dogs and I don’t even try to hide the fact she’s my favorite. Of all my dogs, all my life, she’s The One… As I’m sure you know, it was devastating to realize she was blind, that the Lady I knew and loved was never going to be the same. I now see some of the old Lady, both when she wears her halo and also, when it’s off…gone is the hesitant, confused little girl. She doesn’t mind much when she makes her way through life in her muffin’s halo “by the Braille method.” This has also really helped with her “new” obedience training. She knows about 20 hand signal commands but can no longer see them. She hadn’t responded consistently to only the voice commands that accompanied the signals. She’s begun to respond well to my voice commands, both the old ones as well as some new commands, necessitated by her blindness. I think it’s because her anxiety has been allayed to a great degree by her halo. The “stay” and “wait” commands are so important in handling a blind dog; the dog’s obedience to them can routinely be a matter of safety vs. harm, if not life and death. Not to mention being able to get much done besides looking after your blind dog!
    Thank you for the brilliantly​ designed​ halo vest. The quality and function are superior and I can say without hesitation, muffin’s halo has changed our lives.

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